CINCINNATI - Now that President Obama and Mitt Romney have had their first debate, the question becomes what's next? Which candidate has the momentum and which has damage control to do?
9 News Anchor Tanya O'Rourke sits down with political analysts Pat Crowley and Xavier University professor Gene Beaupre to discuss what happened Wednesday night.
How does this affect what's at stake in the next two presidential debates? And, what impact will it have on the vice presidential debate that's coming up on Thursday? Will risks are ahead for Joe Biden and Paul Ryan?
Watch the discussion here for the analysts' take on where the campaigns are today and you can catch the roundtable every Sunday morning at 8 a.m. on Good Morning Tri-State.
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